It's time for trivia and this weeks host is Carol J. Perry. The prize is winner's choice Caught Dead Handed, Tails you Lose or Look Both Ways! Leave answers and email and winner will be chosen on Saturday January 23rd. Good Luck.
Witch City Mystery Trivia
1, When Lee and Aunt Ibby inherited O’Ryan the cat from a dead witch, he had a different name. (At least it was spelled differently!) What was it?
2. Speaking of names, what was that dead witch’s name?
3. Many of the places mentioned in the Witch City books are real places in Salem. Lee and Aunt Ibby live on a real street there. What street do they live on?
4. Lee’s job as a TV psychic didn’t work out very well. What was her next job?
5. Lee’s friend River North reads the Tarot cards. But what is Lee’s special paranormal talent?
Carol J. Perry knew as a child that she wanted to be a writer. A voracious reader, whose list for Santa consisted mostly of book titles, she never lost sight of that goal. While living in Florida, Carol was on assignment for Southern Travel Magazine, preparing an article on the world’s largest sand castle which was being built near her home. That combination of events inspired her first young adult novel, Sand Castle Summer. That book was soon followed by half a dozen more.
Carol has always been an avid reader of mysteries. Her debut mystery novel is set in Salem and involves O’Ryan, a most mysterious cat, several witches and some strange Halloween happenings. Appropriately enough, this Salem-born author celebrates her birthday on Halloween Eve! Carol and her husband Dan live in the Tampa Bay area of Florida with two cats and a Black Lab.
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